Riverstown, Glanmire, Co. Cork

(021) 240 1105



The Castle Glanmire is Cork’s premier venue for live sports. Watch your favourite sport live on our 3D screens. It’s the nearest you’ll get to being there live and the atmosphere is electric. The Castle has hosted some memorable nights with great sporting legends like AP McCoy.

Named in the 10 of the best pubs to watch a match in Ireland by the42.ie


Live sport at the castle

Sunday, January 28, 2018

The Allianz football and hurling league begins


Sunday, August 29, 2017

All Ireland Senior Football Championship

Semi – Final

September 2, 2017

World Cup Qualifier

Ireland vs Georgia

Sunday, September 3, 2017

All Ireland Hurling Final

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

World Cup Qualifier

Ireland vs Serbia

Sunday, September 10, 2017

All Ireland Camogie Final Day

Sunday, September 17, 2017

All Ireland Football Final

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Prestige De L’Arc De Triomphe

Friday, October 6, 2017

World Cup Qualifier

Ireland vs Moldova

Monday, October 9, 2017

World Cup Qualifier

Ireland Vs Wales



True GAA pubs are like no other pub in Ireland.



We’re best known for live soccer and drawing in large crowds for big games. Come cheer on for your favorite team!



Showing provincial and international rugby games.

Fanatical About

Horse Racing

The world’s biggest fan on Un De Sceaux – the famous horse, owned by Glanmire’s very own the O’Connell family who are long time friends & patrons of The Castle.

Fancy a flutter?
The Castle Glanmire is the place to be for punters, racing fans and supporters. Each year, we pull out all the stops for Cheltenham. We host an annual, star-studded Cheltenham Festival Preview Night as punters get ready to cheer on their favourite horse and enjoy the festival atmosphere in high spirits while the drinks and banter flows.

Keep Up To Date With

At The Races

In association with AtTheRaces.com: Emmet Kennedy
and Kevin Blake are joined by an array of guests
from the world of horse racing to preview the biggest
races and chat about all the big issues during the 2016/17 National Hunt season.